@OhioAllianceESV I am contacting you because this quote hit home: "Something has gotten in there that said, 'OK, we need to prevent drinking and driving,' " Hanna said. "We need to take it to that level with preventing sexual assault."
I agree so far, but we need to make sure this education is done in a gender neutral way. On the OAESV blog, you quote the FBI's new UCR definition of rape. Unfortunately, that new definition is not sufficient - it does not make explicit the fact that nonconsensual envelopment of the male sexual organ also constitutes rape.
You should also be aware that the CDC/NISVS reports explicitly exclude males as possible rape victims.
CDC/NISVS definition of rape: (CDC survey, linked at , page 17)
"Rape is defined as any completed or attempted unwanted vaginal (for women), oral, or anal penetration through the use of physical force (such as being pinned or held down, or by the use of violence) or threats to physically harm and includes times when the victim was drunk, high, drugged, or passed out and unable to consent. Rape is separated into three types, completed forced penetration, attempted forced penetration, and completed alcohol or drug facilitated penetration.
"-- Among women, rape includes vaginal, oral, or anal penetration by a male using his penis. It also includes vaginal or anal penetration by a male or female using their fingers or an object.
"-- Among men, rape includes oral or anal penetration by a male using his penis. It also includes anal penetration by a male or female using their fingers or an object.
Forced penetration of another person by the victim's penis DOES NOT MEET THIS DEFINITION OF RAPE